Talk:How to change the BIOS bootsplash screen
Q: After updating the bootsplash on my x60s (bios 2.12) the Intel and Lenovo logos on the right side are still left. Can these be disabled easily? tia Ra 10:55, 21 August 2007 (UTC)
Q:What happens if the laptop is protected by fingerprint/password? Will I need to enter the password first, or can I reboot from a CD even without the password?
A:On a T43p it will allow you to upgrade the BIOS after you swipe your fingerprint or input the password. The upgrade *does not* erase the password/biometric information you had on file. (Very useful, as the utility to enroll fingerprint was deleted when I wiped Windows for Linux...)
If you don't have the fingerprint / password, well, umm... what happened to your finger? :)
Anyone know if this works on a T20? There's no mention of it in the article, and I can't find any mention of "BIOS splash(screen)" at htpp://ibm.com
- I'd be grateful if you could email me at stroller at bigfoot dot com if you know the answer to this
Q:Hm, where to get the prepare.exe? It's not included in the BIOS upgrade disk of my i1200. But, of coursem one has to keep in mind that the i1200 is equiped with an ACER BIOS, so the described procedure may not work at all. Heck, I'll just try it out using the sample mod file, off for rebooting ... wich doesn't work because - i fear - my CD drive is again going downhill.
A: Prepare.exe is found in the compressed cab file 1yu****.exe (BIOS upgrade file from IBM). It is used by corporations so they can equip their fleets with custom bootsplash screens like we do at work...
Q:I'm getting an error saying that the diskette isn't compatible with my system, and to reboot (with all versions of the software). My best guess so far is that it is because I deleted the partition used by the "Access IBM" button (the one that was previously hidden). Does anyone have any experience similar to this?
A: I don't think that is the problem -- I deleted my access IBM / recovery partition and still flashed my BIOS ok. What is your system model #? I burned the upgrade image to CD-ROM (outlined in the wiki) and booted off this to flash the BIOS without problem... gsmenden 19:53 05 Jun 2006 (EST)
Re: T43, 1875. I'm pretty sure I followed all the instructions on the page to the letter...
Q: Has anyone had success with a custom image on an X40? I can successfully upgrade/downgrade my bios, but whenever I add a custom image, the update never finishes. It just sits there displaying the '<<< CAUTION >>>' screen.
An interesting bit of trivia - the superimposed "Centrino" logo will change to a superimposed "Pentium M" logo if you disable the wi-fi networking in the BIOS. The "Centrino" label requires wireless networking... :) gsmenden 19:33 11 Feb 2006 (EST)
I can't access logo.bmp and logo.mod. anybody know where they are now ? --Xtophe 20:14, 24 February 2006 (CET)
Reset Startup BIOS Boot Screen (Splash) of IBM ThinkPad T42
how can I reset to the original logo on my IBM ThinkPad T42 if there is already a custom image or how can I save the original Logo?
Using the technic which is described here